Want to get your child off to a strong start this school year? Here are our tips. And don’t forget to update your contact information so we can communicate with you!
An engaged parent community is key to school success and we encourage all in our ACPS family to get involved and stay connected.
The School Board will vote on the future of Alexandria’s high school educational programming on September 26. Get an update on the four options being considered.
The Alexandria Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will expand its ASO Sympatico program to Patrick Henry K-8 School beginning in September.
In ACPS, in addition to state assessments, we also determine how our students are performing in and out of the classroom. In ‘Measuring What Matters’, we give you a glimpse of what we do beyond testing to make sure every student goes on to be a highly valued member of our community who contributes to the City of Alexandria and beyond.
ACPS now has a higher percentage of students testing proficient in Math than in previous years, according to the Standards of Learning (SOL) results released today by the Virginia Department of Education.
For staff at T.C. Williams High School’s International Academy, the life their students lived before they reach the US is often something of a mystery. So, at the end of June, a team of International Academy educators embarked on a fact finding mission to El Salvador where 40% of current IA students are from.
This summer marks the tenth anniversary of ACPS’ collaboration with George Mason University’s Early Identification Program (EIP), a year-round partnership designed to help prepare middle and high school students become the first in their families to attend college in the US.
Our team traveled out to the campus by bus for a day to see our students in action.